A celebration of the life and work of Alan Watson titled 'Living By The Tide, A Time to Keep and A Time to Cast Away' at Summerhall Arts Centre, Edinburgh, runs from 19th April until 26th May 2019.
Pat will be available to discuss Alan's work with you on Thursday 16th and 23rd May from 2pm to 6pm. The exhibition will be open from 11.00am to 6pm on Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th May. Please note the exhibition is closed all day on Saturday 25th May. If you wish to visit at any other time please do contact Summerhall reception to make an appointment.
Please call Summerhall reception at 0131 560 1580 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange your visit.
A Scottish artist descended from a fishing and sea faring community Alan Watson created artistic work exploring a range of themes. Much of his work came from his connection with his sea faring ancestors, all gifted story tellers, and embraces challenges of perspective, colour, light and sound. Portraits of three fishermen, his grandfathers, titled 'Ancestral Tryptych' can often be viewed at the Zulu Gallery at The Scottish Fisheries Museum and online at Art UK.